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good morning. race to the bottom? donald trump and hillary clinton don't even bother to shake hands before facing off in a debate filled with accusations and insults. trump's remarks about groping women caught on tape center stage. >> this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> trump goes for the jugular inviting women who accused bill clinton of sexual conduct into the audience after a pre-debate
far worse. mine with records and his was action. >> 29 days to go. the election deeper in the muck than ever. how low can it go? we'll ask the campaign managers from both sides "today," monday, on the 10th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. matt start the morning off. lester, you are back to roots. much more caffeine in the morning. glad to have you with us. it is a big morning, the second presidential debate. it is our top story, of course. it was testy from the start. donald trump on offense for more than 90 minutes after a bad weekend for his campaign launching personal attacks and threats of his rival hillary clinton. we'll talk to both of the campaign managers in a moment. but first, nbc's hallie jackson has it all covered. good morning. >> reporter: hey there, good morning.
a night that got contentious, to say the least. some political observers pointing to a new low in this already-rough race. the tone set from the very start. >> reporter: bitter from the beginning. no handshakes for the nominees. almost immediately, donald trump facing questions about the vulgar audio that's thrown his campaign into crisis. >> you bragged that you have sexually assaulted women. do you understand that? >> no, i didn't say that at all. i don't think you understood what was said. i'm not proud of it. i apologized to my family. i apologized to the american people. >> reporter: that audio, part of a 2005 conversation with billy bush during an "access hollywood" taping, a program produced by nbc universal. >> when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do everything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> i'm very embarrassed by it, i hate it, but it is locker room talk, and it is one of those things. i will not the hell out of isis.
audience, trump's surprise guests, apparently intended to rattle hillary clinton. several women who have accused her husband of sexual misconduct over the years, and on stage, trump went there. >> bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. and attacked them viciously. four of them here tonight. >> reporter: nbc news has learned the original plan calls for the women to sit in trump's family box facing the former president. but debate officials refused to get security involved. before the town hall began, the women joining trump for what was originally billed as a prep session photo-op. >> okay, donald. i know you're into big diversion tonight. anything to avoid talking about your campaign and the way it is exploding and the way republicans are leaving you. >> reporter: at times, trump loomed over his rival's shoulder, both circling the stage with clinton on defense on her e-mails. >> obviously, if i were to do it over again, i would not.
it was a mistake and i am very sorry about that. >> reporter: trump, all but admitting he avoided paying federal income tax, using a loophole. >> of course i do. of course i do. and so do all of her donors, or most of her donors. >> reporter: threat ening clintn with prison time if elected. >> if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. >> it's jus someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> reporter: the debate ended on a surprisingly polite note. >> would either of you name one positive thing that you respect in one another? >> reporter: a brief break from the back and forth. >> i respect his children. >> she doesn't quit. she doesn't give up. i respect that.
and this morning, we are looking at a new cnn/orc snap poll of voters showing that many believe hillary clinton won the debate 57%-34% for donald trump. but she didn't land as many blows as the first presidential debate. donald trump, meanwhile, having a performance to rally his base, but he needs to expand his appeal if he has a shot at coming back in november. >> hallie jackson, thank you so much. kellyanne conway, donald trump's campaign manager. good morning, thanks for being with up. it was a late night. i know. >> yes, thank you. >> let me start by asking about this scenario that it sounds like the trump campaign was trying to get going at the beginning of the debate where the four clinton -- bill clinton accusers would come face to face with bill clinton himself. number one, was that the plan? and number two, what was the hope there? what was the campaign hoping to accomplish? >> i have to correct the
it was called v.i.p. and there were four seats allotted to each of the two candidates. that's why you saw the clinton family in 3 of the 4 seats. they apparently had invited senator claire mccaskill to sit there. she is not a member of their family. she was a v.i.p. for them. and so members of our campaign decided there were four v.i.p.s, it would be these four women. you can call them accusers, but in the case of paul la jones, she received over $800,000 from bill clinton to settle a sexual harassment suit a man who raped one of the young girls was represented by hillary rodham clinton. >> fair enough. those allegations are out there and people can look into them. i guess the question is, for donald trump who is actually on the ticket, and bill clinton who is not, how does bill clinton's alleged wrongdoing absolve donald trump of what he's accused of in light of those
how does that fix what people are upset about yutrump for? >> let's not conflate issues. this has to do with hillary clinton and how she shames and blames the women in bill clinton's life. these women came around and said, look at the modus operandi that hillary clinton deployed against these women. in the case of kathy shelton, that has nothing to do with bill if that were true -- people can make their own decisions about whether or not it is -- i guess the question is, it's donald trump who answer to answer for himself. >> and he did that. you just played the clip. you just played the clip, savannah. respectfully, you just played the clip of him saying i have apologized to my family and the american people. then he talked about the difference between words and actions and the way hillary clinton treated these women.
offer a more heart-felt apology. he wrote off this tape essentially to "locker room talk." is that the end of it? is that all we're going to hear from mr. trump on this issue? >> that is not all he said. that would be a terrible misrepresentation of the one minute and 32 seconds of video that he came out -- >> he kept coming back to the point, it was locker room talk. so my question is, is that all he really has to say? >> no. what he has to say was that it was he apologized for it, and he said it did not represent who he is. in the video posted on friday night, his immediate response, lester, which was buttressed by last night's apology and explanation, he said there is a difference between words and actions, and many americans agree. >> leslie, was this a good night for american politics? >> i think it was a good night for democracy in this way, they really have a contrast, they really have a choice of two candidates this election cycle next month.
hillary clinton over her deleted e-mails. she was a u.s. senator, secretary of state, he took her to task on syria, on iraq, on benghazi, on the fact into she's gotten hundreds and hundreds of entries from ambassador steven ns and othestevens and others about getting more security in benghazi. there were plenty of issues to hear in that 90 minutes. >> we're out of time. kellyanne conway with the t campaign, thanks very much. now rob by mook, hillary clinton's campaign manager. i want to ask you about the start of the debate. there was no handshake. they came out, went to their respective chairs. was that by design? was there a discussion ahead of time? >> i don't know that there was any plan either way for the candidates. i think they just came on stage and starting the debate. >> robby, to no one's surprise, donald trump brought up the accusers, the bill clinton
but mrs. clinton, secretary clinton, didn't address that at all. she went into other areas. why not? >> you know, lester, hillary came to this debate to talk about the issues, to talk about the policies and plans that she has that are going to make a difference in people's lives. donald trump came to try to rescue his spiraling campaign. he wanted to throw a lot of mud, throw hillary off her game, and make this campaign about something else and unfortunately, he doubled down on his non-apology for what he said in that video that came out last friday. he didn't even seem to take the matter very seriously. he called it locker room talk. didn't acknowledge the severity of the situation. and then he pulled a stunt where he brought those individuals in to do a facebook live event before the debate.
off her game. that's what donald trump tried to do. >> but just to play devil's advocate, he's lobbing some serious allegations not only against her husband, who is not on the ticket, but against her for enabling or further victimizing some of these accusers. why would she just let that hang out there unanswered? because there might be voters who think, i guess there is no good answer. >> well, because voters don't want this to be what we're talking about. they want to talk about the issues. and this campaign is not about it's about hillary clinton. she's the one on the ballot with donald trump and what the voters are looking for is a president who's going to work hard on their behalf and make a difference in their lives. these accusations, you know, about her have been debunked. there's really no basis for them whatsoever. the fact checkers weighed in on that very clearly. as donald trump gets to talk about whatever he wants, that's his right. we're going to keep talking about the issues and the things that make a difference to
manager robby mook. thanks for being with us. chuck todd, nicolle wallace and steve kornacki, good morning, guys. where do we even start? chuck, i guess does this change anything about the race? >> oh, gosh. i mean i don't even want to look at it in conventional terms. i feel like in the light of day you want to see what did we see here? i mean this is not -- again, it wasn't a conventional moment of presidential debate politics. debate as only going to be remembered for two things. the trump campaign's decision to bring bill clinton's accusers and then create this diversion on the video -- on the lewd video, and him saying during the debate he wants to put his opponent in jail. that's will be the take-away. what part of that is helpful to the trump campaign? i don't have any idea. i don't think it is. the vice grip that the rest of the republican party is even in
was before the debate started. >> if you are one of those republicans who hasn't decided yet on the issue of this "access hollywood" tape. you see this performance where he kind of hung in there. does it change anything? >> even inside trump tower over the weekend, there was a divide over how much contrition to show. people argued for donald trump to do an interview on saturday, a big interview, so that he could appear more remorseful. the people that'nt with of his top surrogates talking about contrition before the debate, i don't even think they saw that. what they saw was maybe what they were attracted to the at beginning of the gop primary. they saw his scrappyness. they saw him prosecute a case against the clintons in the '90s. i don't know how that will affect the 2016 presidential but they saw trump was someone for who he is, for someone who never
election is to win over the people who are not yet for you and i don't think he won over one single person who is not yet for him. >> over the weekend we saw this laundry list of republicans who came out and said they either condemn the remarks and some actually rescinded endorsements. do you think trump's performance stopped the bleeding in terms of republicans jumping ship? >> i suspect it mostly did. the story of the campaign really has been a story of two different audiences. take first of all the audience that got the republican nomination for donald tr i the republican base. i think there is evidence they were pleased by what they heard last night. a lot of them have been waiting -- let's be honest -- two decades for somebody to go toe-to-toe with a clinton and bring up some of the things he brought up last night. that exerts pressure on the average public office holder to take that attitude into mind before they go forward. since donald trump won the republican nomination, it is in
women. if you were a suburban female voter watching who had reservations about donald trump from the moment he became the republican nominee, did you hear anything in the way he addressed that tape, did you hear any contrition or any evidence that he's a different person than they've judged him to be. i don't think they heard that last night. did you see anything in the performance last night that would win them over? i think that's the problem. he can get back that republican base, he can be if striking distance, but the game is not to be in striking distance, it is to be ahead. i don't know how he >> there is a lot more to talk about, including body language and some other things we'll chat about in the next half-hour with more of the crisis facing the republican party. noting one other thing, pending further review of the matter, nbc news has defended billy bush, the host of "today's" third hour, for his role in that conversation with donald trump. let's turn now to the remnants of mhurricane matthew and the storm's devastating effects on the south. a dire flooding emergency is
carolina. damage in the billions. nbc news national correspondent miguel almaguer is in hard-hit rocky mount. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: lester, good morning. matthew's path of destruction came well inland swamping this area with a foot of water and powerful winds. today some homes under a foot of water and some are lucky to be alive. >> reporter: after a weekend of daring water rescues from the rooftops of homes, and cars men, women, and children were pulled to safety by the thousands. seems matthew saved its devastating and deadliest punch in the end for the u.s., killing some 20 americans. nearly half of those in north carolina. >> just horrible. >> reporter: deborah alvez narrowly escaped the rising floodwaters. >> we just took everything we could grab and left. >> reporter: her neighbors were rescued on top of their home.
hurricane, matthew plowed through the caribbean killing hundreds in haiti, now turning to their faith as they bury their dead. after barreling towards the u.s. the storm surge swamped oceanside communities in florida. but over the weekend, matthew was strong enough to water log homes 100 miles inland. up to 1 million are still without power. many are still under mandatory evacuation. >> we were going to be out here for like another two weeks or so. >> reporter: with the magsive clea massive clean-up now under way, damage in four states could top $6 billion. but the threat isn't over. some swollen rivers could still rise 17 feet above flood stage. matthew, a slow-motion storm. but for some, it is still a slow motion disaster. during the height of the storm in this area, we are hold a
they are still looking for the missing, and authorities are also keeping a close eye on local rivers and dams, worried that those, too, can topple. savannah, lester, matt and al. >> al is here with more on the storm. it certainly did pack a punch. >> we are talking about 13.6 trillion gallons of rain. i mean it was really unprecedented. now, as you can see, the weather at least has cleared out. but the flood unfortunately. as you take a look, say for example in lumberton, the lumberton river, crested sunday at 24.4 feet. record, 20.5. it is still above record flood stage so it is going to take a while for that to go on. the deuce river in smithfield right now above their flood stage at 20 feet. at rocky mount where we saw
river level. they're well above their record flood stage. so that's going to take a little while for that to finally start to recede. the good news is for the next foreseeable number of days, they've got good weather. that's good news. unseasonably warm weather will start to slowly make its way to the east. we're going to get to your >> chris: good monday morning, everyone, yesterday's rain now off to the north and east. in its wake, sunshine and a breeze. we'll have gusty wind throughout
occasionally 40 to 50mph. temperatures in the 50s to near 60 today. a breeze at fenway park. no rain out today and that wind will subside through the evening. in fact, it is a cool overnight tonight. temperatures falling back into the 30s. low to mid-30s in many of the suburbs. overall the seven-day forecast is quiet. >> and that's your latest weather. guys? >> all right, al, thank you. just ahead, the republican party divided over the donald trump comments caught right the ship by election day? and did trump say enough last night to address his glaring problem with women voters? but first, this is "today"
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7:30 now, monday morning, 10th of october, 2016. we have a pretty fall morning in midtown manhattan. and a crowd out there. we'll gh oo out and say as remnants of hurricane matthew head out to sea, the story has left behind historic flooding in the south, blamed for at least 19 deaths here in the u.s., and along north carolina's coast, historic flooding led to new evacuations and rescues overnight. donald trump and hillary clinton clashed hard in last night's second presidential debate. as expected, that leaked tape of trump making demeaning comments about women back in 2005 played a big role. >> that was locker room talk.
respect for people, for my family, for the people of this country. and certainly i'm not proud of it. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is. but i think it's clear to any oneone who heard it, it represents exactly who he is. >> trump refused to release his federal tax the issues including economy and health care and national security were discussed. today's campaign moment comes from last night's showdown. trump and clinton taking the stage, but without that customary handshake. instead, the candidates simply stood in front of the audience, paused for a moment, then headed to their spots on the stage. they did shake hands at the end of the debate. let's turn back to the growing fallout over trump's comments on that tape. take a look. these are the faces of dozens of republican lawmakers who came forward to denounce trump over
just weeks to go until the election. nbc news national correspondent peter alexander has that part of the story for us. >> good morning. that's right, we want to show you a list of those republicans who have fiercely criticized trump. last night only complicates things within the party. trump's unleashing a long list of attacks against the clintons. on one hand it fires up his base, but it also deepens what's already an excruciating dilemma facing many vulnerable republicans who need their base but also need moderate republicans who were looking for contrition. for a gop in crisis, the question remains, did donald trump's latest debate performance put to rest panic within the party. a former rnc chair mid debate tweeting a mushroom cloud captioned, "gop at this moment." despite his defiance, trump is under siege for a growing army of leading republicans, denouncing his lewd 2005 remarks about women. many demanding the republican
>> usa! usa! >> reporter: it's now a divided party and on stage, a divided ticket. just a day after running mate mike pence refused to defend trump's comments about women, trump appearing to give pence the cold shoulder when asked about pence's conflicting policy on syria. >> he and i haven't spoken and i disagree. >> reporter: the two men speaking by phone post debate with pence on twitter publicly praising trump for a "big debate win," adding, "proud to stand was weighing his own political future after the 2005 leaked audio. a close friend telling nbc news he is struggling with this, he is a man of moral fiber. but sources say discussions so far, no talk of dropping off the ticket. the tensions between the two running mates mocked on "saturday night live." >> mike pence is a loser. i hate his guts. i call him puny pence. >> reporter: trump, true to form
republicans defecting from his campaign. calling themself righteous hypocrites. adding, watch their poll numbers at laeshgelections go down. heading into sunday night's debate, 70% of democrats think trump should end his campaign, compared to just 12% of republicans. house speaker paul ryan heckled by a wisconsin crowd saturday after uninviting trump from a rally that would have been their first campaign appearance together. "if trump withdrew from the race tap pence or any other eligible citizen. but early voting ballots have already been printed in many states. still, trump insists he's not going anywhere, for now, leaving the gop locked in a civil war. so the bottom line, trump thrilled his base. he re-energized those within his campaign and he appears to have gotten his running mate mike pence off the sidelines. pence will campaign today for
carolina. nbc news has learned the rnc has scheduled an evening conference call tonight with its members. they're still trying to chart their own way forward. >> peter, thanks very much. our panel is back. chu chuck, pick up where peter left off. a call to the rnc tonight. house leadership has a call for later this morning. where does this all stand? because it felt like the floodgates had opened over the weekend and all these republicans were jumping ship. now what is the message from the party elders to the rank and file? >> well, i elders are going to say -- i think some of them are going to say this. don't mistaken last night and the fired-up base for assuming this is all passed. instead, they ought to view it as sort of the equivalent of walking -- going outside your house when you're hunkered dour and thinking all this has calmed down not realizing what's to
people that have condemned but haven't pulled. >> u.s. senators. >> they have to make this decision today. if they don't pull today, they're guaranteeing that trump will be the final issue debated in their races. and is that going to cost them this crucial swing vote in the middle of it? i think that's what the republican party has to -- the decision they have to say to themselves today, can they afford that in these down-ballot races. >> we heard peter say "the base is fired up." >> this idea we talk about the base being fired up as a symptom of health is false. you're sick if your base isn't fired up 30 days out. you're fatal. both bases are always fired up 30 days out from an election. that makes up the bulk of the people that vote. it has nothing to do with winning. winning has to do with winning the argument at costco online,
registered either as democrats or republicans but who wait until events and the news coverage and the final weeks of the campaign to make their decision and the news coverage in the final weeks of this campaign, we will not flush through the cycle about donald trump grabbing women by the "you-know-what." that will be out there every day. so this whole idea that the base being fired up is a symptom of health is baloney. >> talk to steve about there issue that chuck started to bring up which is a lot of republicans worry not just about losing the white house, but even worried about losing the house. i mean you look at these races, what's the situation? >> but the dilemma that everyone of these republican incumbents -- take richard burr in north carolina. it speaks to how divided and fractured the republican party is right now. if you're burr and you're in north carolina, you need two things if you're going to win this election. first, you need swing voters who are in the suburbs around rally. they're more culturely moderate, a lot of them are women. if you are thinking about donald trump's comments in that
thinking you've got to distance yourself from trump. you need those votes to win. but those votes are only worth something to you if you have the republican base, the traditional sort of native-born vote in north carolina. remember, donald trump won the north carolina republican primary this year. those are the voters who are gung ho about trump. if you say i can't in good conscience endorse this man, can they in good conscience endorse >> each piece is insufficient. so what you're saying is true. each piece is inadequate. so this is what people last night, in to the night, were talking about how the gop senate became a really less likely -- >> step back from the political calculus. today is a test of character for many republicans. you can make this political calculation all you want. can you -- can you stomach, can you defend this two years from
got to ask yourself that. >> it will be an eventful day and an eventful campaign. now for another check of the weather, here is al. >> i like the fact that chuck made a weather analogy right off the top. >> you know me and my hurricanes. >> speaking of hurricanes, we've got a tropical storm out there in the atlantic. nicol lch nicolle, we are bringing this all together. 500 miles south of bermuda, 65-mile-per-hour winds, it is moving north at 7 and may cross over bermuda by tuesday morning as a category 2 storm. we'll continue to have to watch that. rest of the country, we have a wintry blast in the northern plains. it is going to make its way east. we've got chilly conditions here in the northeast. we'll look at that in just a bit. nice and sunny along the southern tier states. good news for folks recovering
>> chris: good monday morning, everyone, yesterday's rain now off to the north and east. in its wake, sunshine and a breeze. we'll have gusty wind throughout the day. wind advisory for the cape and the islands for gusts occasionally 40 to 50mph. temperatures in the 50s to near 60 today. a breeze at fenway park. no rain out today and that wind will subside through the evening. in fact, it is a cool overnight tonight. temperatures falling back into the 30s. low to mid-30s in many of the suburbs. overall the seven-day forecast is quiet. >> get your weather any time you need it, check out the weather channel on cable. i feel bad, i had nothing for steve. >> poor guy just sat here, nothing. al, thanks. just ahead, why a huge one for one college football team means a big loss for a very popul popular. it is time to turn things
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he was asked about his past comments on women, how trump is able to win over this key demographic. at this debate here in st. louis, trump's showing and his surprises are likely to rally his base, but it is still a question of whether it will expand his appeal with women. facing a campaign in crisis over his lewd remarks about women, donald trump went after his opponent by attacking her husband. shortly before the debate, trump meeting with a group of women president bill clinton of sexual misconduct. the women, whose accusations have been pub click for decades, appeared with trump at an unprecedented event billed at debate prep. later led in to the debate hall by trump advisor, former new york mayor rudy giuliani. clinton going after trump for comments revealed in a 2005 "access hollywood" video, a show produced by nbc news' parent company, nbc universal. >> he has said that the video
i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> reporter: trump fired back, again targeting her husband. >> if you look at bill clinton, far worse. mine are words and his was action. his was what he's done to women, there's never been anybody in the history of politics in this nation that's been so abusive to women. >> reporter: among the women trump was referring to, paula jones who sued bill clinton for the suit settled in 1998 for $850,000 and the provision clinton did not have to admit any wrongdoing. kathleen willie, a former white house volunteer aide who said clinton assaulted her during his first term. clinton denied that allegation. an independent prosecutor later found there was insufficient evidence to prove the claim. and juanita rod brick wbroderic accused clinton of waiping her
clinton was never charged and denied the accusation. initially broderick filed an avenue saying there was no assault but later recanted. their presence at the debate seen as a political stunt and distraction by top clinton campaign officials. >> do you worry you are being used as a distraction by donald trump? >> absolutely not. >> why not? >> well, i think we have a message. don't think i'm a distraction. >> reporter: but trump's praise of the women conflicts with these comments from 1998 when he attacked p >> paula jones is a loser. but the fact is that she may be responsible for bringing down a president. >> reporter: trump's latest move comes after a catastrophic weekend for his campaign. on friday, an "access hollywood" tape from 2005 surfaced showing the businessman making lewd comments about women with nbc's billy bush. >> i got to use some tic tacs just in case i start kissing them.
when you are a star they let you do it. grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> reporter: trump issued an apology, but many republican lawmakers are already jumping ship, fearing women voters, who make up most of the electorate, will do the same. our new nbc news/survey monkey online tracking poll shows that 2005 audio appears to have hurt trump with voters. before that news broke on friday, trump was at 55% women not much or not at all. after that tape came out, the number jumping to 63%. >> hallie jackson, thank you so much. coming up, the big news that controversial olympic swimmer ? i'm like a sponge for this stuff. i can learn it. get it. sell it. i can do this job in my sleep better than some people can do awake. i just want to make sure this brain stays in hyperdrive. hey we hear you.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, face-off. donald trump and hillary clinton go head-to-head in a heated debate as trump's controversial comments about women take center stage. >>th i'm not proud of it. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is. but, i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> so who was the night's big winner? then, campus undercover. >> couldn't enjoy the people that i know. >> everywhere. >> personally my social circle,
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it is monday, october 10th. beautiful fall day. >> i can tell you something though? i forgot -- i came out here and said where am i supposed to stand? what camera do you look at? who are all these people? >> this is your old haunt, the "today" show. >> this is awesome. >> lester says he only works a half-hour, then he's off. matt will be back tomorrow. let's start with the "news at 8" and of course, that presidential debate. >> reporter: i'm andrea mitchell in white plains, new york. donald trump tried to stop his campaign from spiraling out of control with an aggressive debate performance featuring an unprecedented personal attack on both hillary and bill clinton.
donald trump tried to rattle hillary clinton bringing bill clinton's accusers to sit in the front row. creating a confrontation so tense, the rivals skipped the customary handshake. trump defiant about that bombshell "access hollywood" tape bragging about his sexual conquests. >> this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is. but, i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it >> reporter: trump quickly changing the subject to decades-old accusations of sexual harassment, even rape against bill clinton. >> there's never been anybody in the history of politics in this nation that's been so abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women and attacked them viciously. >> when i hear something like that, i am reminded of what my friend, michelle obama, advised us all.
aggressive trump on display, frequently pacing the stage, at times even standing behind clinton while she spoke, calling her use of personal e-mail criminal. >> if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation, because there has never been so many lies, so much deception. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in >> because you'd be in jail. >> secretary clinton -- >> reporter: and even turning on his running mate, mike pence, for threatening to take military action against the assad regime. >> reporter: an audience member challenged the candidates to say something positive about each other. >> i respect his children. his children are incredibly able
>> i will say this about hillary. she doesn't quit. she doesn't give up. i respect that. >> reporter: trump left without talking to reporters. clinton flew home for the first time with bill clinton on board her campaign plane. >> how do you think you did? was it tougher than you expected? >> no. you know, i pretty much saw what i expected to see. and that's why the first thing i said was, this is something that i've been he's not fit to be president and commander in chief. >> reporter: trump was clearly better prepared than in the firstby debate to go after both clintons. but fact checkers then had a very busy night puncturing a lot of trump's claims on iran, syria, iraq, taxes, the birther controversy, russia's involvement in recent hacking, and a host of other issues. savannah and lester? >> andrea, thank you so much. hurricane matthew has made
in the southeast. people were pulled to safety by the thousands in four states. matthew blamed for at least 19 deaths in this country, 9 of them in north carolina. damage is in the billions, and up to 1 million people are still without power. but the danger is not over. today, dire flooding threatens north carolina where swollen rivers could rise 17 feet above flood stage. there are new developments overnight regarding samsung's troubled galaxy note 7 smartphone. the company announced it is schedule of the note 7 to ensure quality and safety matters. the wall street confirming samsung has temporarily suspended production of the phone. company issued a global recall of that device last month following complaints faulty batteries and fires. there have been several new reports of replacement phones also overheating. just ahead, the wildest new craze in selfies and how people are pulling them off. and a dangerous size of so-called smart drug abuse on
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we're back. 8:12. time for "trending." lester, are you ready? >> yeah. >> "yeah." >> just so happens you are our first trending item. because you were obviously down south for the hurricane coverage this weekend. you came back on saturday. >> my handsome colleagues. >> i got on the airplane. the captain is standing in it the aisle making a big deal over scott pelley. i'm like wait a minute! i'm a big scott pelley fan, too. i turned, and there was david muir from abc. >> all the "nightly news" anchors. i have some questions. when you saw each other, were you like -- good evening.
>> that's so cute. >> they're great guys. we run into each other on these big stories but never have we all been on the same plane together. >> and you all get along? >> of course we get along. we know we're competitors but we all enjoy what we do. >> i always imagine one of those emergency announcements from the pilot, "is there an anchor onboard?" >> in the event of an in-flight news emergency, we've got the anchors covered. taking the internet by storm but it may come at the expense of your phone. a selfie high-five. see the phone? he somehow was able to toss his phone in the air and have it snap a picture of himself right at the perfect moment. his pose has been retweeted over 160,000 times. one guy had a pillow break his
>> this cries out for al to try it. so you press it -- >> you use the timer? >> i think you use the timer. >> you have to do it in a mirror. >> the burst mode, as soon as you take your pictures. it's got to be a timer. >> it only makes sense for raising money like the ice bucket challenge. for a good cause. >> other than a blurry picture that's covering your face. next up, this probably sounded like a good idea at the steakhouse in ann arbor, michigan might be regretting this particular promotion. they said we will give patrons a 1% discount for every point scored by the university of michigan's football team. if they scored 10 points, 10% off. here was the final score. 78 to rutgers 0. 78% off your meal at the steakhouse! >> ruth's chris went into panic mode and actually revised the
by the way, they're totally booked up for the week. that's hilarious. carson, let's do "popstart!." >> guys, we'll start with the rolling stones proving once again that some things can get better with age. the iconic rock group performing at desert trip, a concert at coachella's empire grounds in california. it's been nicknamed old-chella. mick jagger and crew getting the "start me up." ? start me up yeah i'll never stop never stop never never never stop ? ? you make a grown man cry ? ? you make a grown man cry ? >> still rocking and sounding good. the stones even played a new song from their upcoming album which will be out in december. next up, she said yes. olympic swimmer ryan lochte is
showing off his fiance's shimmering diamond ring. lochte said she was the one when she stuck by him following his little struggle over there in rio. finally, beyonce knows how to go out in style at her final stop in the formation world tour. gene gave a little celebratory kiss. kendrick lamar also showed up to perform the biggest surprise of the night, tennis superstar serena williams helping break it down with beyonce. only thing missing, lester holt on base. >> you know the name of this band, don't you? lester holt and the 30 rockers. >> or as my wife says, the over-30 rockers. >> let's do the weather, al. allrightee then! a chilly start to the northeast.
talking about frost and freeze advisories and warnings. 38 right now in rochester. 33 danbury. manchester, 36. fall river, massachusetts, 38 degrees. but temperatures will start to warm up. we start off tomorrow, 63 in new york city. 66 by midweek. and basically the same trend throughout much of the northeast and the great lakes. but then there is another cold blast coming in to the northern plains. this cold front will bring temperatures way down. look at this, 34. that's 26 degrees below normal. billings, 58. as we move into tuesday, temperatures in the 40s. by minneapolis only at 50. north platte, chilly, 11 degrees >> chris: good monday morning, everyone, yesterday's rain now off to the north and east. in its wake, sunshine and a breeze. we'll have gusty wind throughout the day. wind advisory for the cape and
occasionally 40 to 50mph. temperatures in the 50s to near 60 today. a breeze at fenway park. no rain out today and that wind will subside through the evening. in fact, it is a cool overnight tonight. temperatures falling back into the 30s. low to mid-30s in many of the suburbs. overall the seven-day forecast is quiet. >> and that's your latest weather. now to our special seri "campus undercovered." >> now a closer look at a growing problem on campuses nationwide. >> lester, savannah guthrie. in the high-pressure rat race in academic achievement, there is one fix students are turning to at an larming rate to get ahead. some call it academic doping. some say it has a real dark side. >> i took it and i was oh, my god, why have i not been doing this.
habit. people are relying on it to write papers and do their reading and their homework. >> reporter: they're talking about smart drugs. >>ed eded it's regulated speed. pretty much. >> prescribed for people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- >> you just kind of feel this little like fall of warmth kind of rising up in you. the locked down. >> reporter: used by a growing number of students who do not have adhd but want that performance boost. >> this is a prescription you're getting from your doctor or your friends are giving it to you and people see it as absolutely harmless. >> reporter: students from boston university agreed to talk about an issue they say is out of control on campus. how common is this? >> the majority of the people that i know are taking it.
it's literally everyone. >> everyone. >> every single person. you can go up to the second floor of the library and see a full wing of people just cracked out. >> there are people doing lines of adderol in the library. >> yes. i've seen it multiple times. >> just openly in the library. >> yes. people will blow lines down of just adderol. in the library. >> reporter: college students have been abusing stimulants for decades, but what's new, experts say, is just how many students. one study non-medically. >> this is a problem that's getting worse and worse because we are ignoring it. because people feel like it is no big deal. >> reporter: the president of partnership for drug-free kids -- >> among teens, opiate use is going the right direction. it is ticking down. but stimulant use, adhd medications, is going in the wrong direction. it's going up. >> reporter: going up and being embraced by many students without reservation.
newspaper calling adderall a magic pill. >> students say what's the harm? it makes you perform better. >> well, there is harm. these substances are in the same classification as cocaine and methamphetamine according to the fda. >> it is addictive and it can be abused. >> reporter: a recent harvard grad wrote about her adderall addiction in "cosmopolitan." >> there was one experience i took actually 80 milligrams. i think four times the recommended dose. i started having heart palpitations and i was having a ton of trouble sleeping. >> if you are hitting these stimulants hard, what can happen to your body? >> you can have cardiac effects. it can increase anxiety and lead to a host of other mental health issues. >> reporter: the fda requires adderall manufacturers to notify patients about the risk of serious cardiovascular adverse events and a slight risk of drug-related psychiatric adverse events, even in patients who did not have previous psychiatric
adhd drugs come with a suicide warning. >> you don't die from adderall. you can have terrible side effects and terrible addiction problems that lead to break-down. >> reporter: adhd nation was written after covering adderall abuse for the "new york times." >> there are lots of stories out there of kids who have gotten horribly addicted, suffered psychiatric breakdowns and some attempted and completed suicide. >> kyl bright, handsome, caring young guy. >> he loved the beach. loved surfing. guitar. he just brightened up a room. >> reporter: chip and andrea craig's son, kyle, had just finished his sophomore year at vanderbilt university when his parents started noticing strange behavior. >> he had become intense, seemingly quickly irritable. something had changed in his character. >> i actually once said, are you on something? >> kyle did not have adhd.
>> reporter: back home in new jersey after spending a semester abroad, kyle spoke to a therapist. >> he said, adderall ruined my life. >> not only did he use it for studying, he readily admitted to abusing it for party purposes as well. >> reporter: two weeks later, kyle craig stepped in front of a train ending his life. he was 21. >> as any parent can understand, it's a heavy loss. >> reporter: while it is difficult to prove adderall abuse caused kyle's suicide, the craigs believe there is a link. >> a dear friend of kyle's wrote about lihim after his passing a he said, if adderall can change someone like kyle, then it can
person. >> do parents get smart drug phenome phenomena? >> no. >> you think the school knows? >> yeah. if they don't, they're like willfully ignorant. >> this is something that is going on and that nobody is talking about. >> colleges have had their heads in the sand for so long, it is absolutely unconscionable because they don't mind their kids getting really good grades. >> who's pushing back against this? >> nobody. >> all of us see it on the day to day basis, and it is disturbing to us. if we're willing to say something, then how could it not be a >> are you going to use it again? >> i don't flow. i honestly can't say. i definitely see the flegti tne effects of it really wreaking havoc on my friends. but at the same time, i mean if i need to do it, i'm going to do it. that's the sad truth. >> now some schools are clamping down on this, they're forbidding their health offices from prescribing adhd medications or only if students agree to have their parents notified. according to the experts in this story, those schools are pretty
competitive -- to succeed at any cost. >> it is like doping in sports. the more people do it, the more everyone has to do it to get ahead. hard to roll back. >> what are the warning signs for parents? >> that change in personality, if somebody is having a sort of speedy fiphysiological effect o their body. >> parents should really trust their gut. >> i had no idea it was so addictive until this. >> this is a series for you. what do you got tomorrow? >> we'll be on the next two days. tomorrow we have a look at extreme drinking. you might say we've heard that story before, but there are new ways people are drinking on campus. you'll hear about them tomorrow. >> parents right now shuddering to think what's next. coming up, kristin stewart opens up about her new movie, her new look and her unexpected
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is 7news now. >> chris: good morning. just about 8:30. happy monday, everyone. live look outside. the sun is shining. problem is, christa, it was a pretty cold start to the day. >> chris: and windy outside, chris. still some clouds across the cape, ocean-effect clouds. the storm off to the n mid-40s now. you factor in the wind and it feels more like the 30s. gusty wind with us throughout the day. temperatures warming up into the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. no rain out tonight at fenway. little bit of a breeze. chris, thanks so much. top stories today. police still searching for the person who shot a child in roxbury on sunday. happened early sunday morning as this nine-year-old girl was playing at a playground. her relatives were nearby at the time, and girl was rushed to the hospital. good news is she's expected to be okay.
boston. ems says this man is suffering from potentially life threatening injuries. it happened on west broadway an dorchester streets. no word yet on if there were any arrests made. and boston police are also investigating the death of an mit -- at an mit frathouse. officers were called to the pi kappa theta fraternity sunday morning where they found this man dead. investigators believe this victim died from an overdose and there was no foul play, but it's still not been confirmed if that victim was an mit student or not. returns at 9:00.
and we're back on a monday morning, 10th of october, 2016. 8:30. a beautiful, crisp fall day. here we are in midtown manhattan. nice to have you along. coming up, hoda and i get to catch up with kristin stewart. her new movie and she talked to us about how she loves directing. >> and she's got a new do on top of that. >> it's nice.
and talented grammy winner norah jones is here and will perform for us live. >> we have some really good performances coming up this one. one republic. we've got kings of leon. and to get you already in your rocker attire, we've got a great fashion show that's inspired by the world of music coming up, too. and a taste of fall. two freshs and delicious ways that you can put that beautiful seasonal produce right in the spotlight. >> i put the >> that's always good advice. let's check your weather, see what we're talking about for the week ahead. we are looking at the early part of the week, some wet weather in the plains. east coast looking pretty good. a little chilly but plenty of sunshine. then as we get into the midsection of the week, strong storms in the mississippi river valley, wet weather in the pacific northwest. as we get toward the end of the week, heavy wind and rain in the pacific northwest. the east coast looks pretty good.
midsection of the country looks pretty toasty. that stays that way. we finally warm up into the northeast and great lakes, gulf coast, below average temperatures through the plains toward the end of the week and >> chris: good monday morning, everyone, yesterday's rain now off to the north and east. in its wake, sunshine and a breeze. we'll have gusty wind throughout the day. wind advisory for the cape and the islands for gusts occasionally 40 to 50mph. temperatures in the 50s to near 60 today. a breeze at fenway park. no rain evening. in fact, it is a cool overnight tonight. temperatures falling back into the 30s. low to mid-30s in many of the suburbs. overall the seven-day forecast is quiet. >> and that's your latest weather. get your latest weather when you need it on the weather channel on cable. savannah? kristin stewart is one of the most accomplished young actresses in hollywood. >> her new movie is called
new lawyer who teaches a night class and makes an unexpected connection. >> see, i'm a lawyer with a wonderful job driving all the way to bellfrie every 15 minutes until i lose my mind. and it's 10:00. i'm not going to be home until 2:00. >> kristin, good morning. >> good morning. >> do you like watching yourself, by the way? >> i >> you're totally into it. >> i sit there all night on youtube. i'll watch this interview later. >> you'll be like, wasn't that great when i said that? no. this is such an interesting story. i feel like it says much about what's not said between these two characters as what's said. kind of lay it out for us. >> if you're familiar with any of kelly's stuff, she makes really quiet pieces that still speak volumes.
filmmakers. in this case the two characters that you see there are making a serious misconnection. you are watching two people have completely separate conversations and there is something really painful about that. and lilly gladstone, who plays the other character, is just honestly really, really wonderful. it's just -- it's a painful thing to watch her -- >> yes! >> -- not make the connection. you're like look at her, connect, pay attention. while your story's going on, there are two other others all go the stories all wind up intersecting? >> there are fanatic connections which i think are women who are all desirous of something they can't have. it's actually really interesting. most people make movies about, you know, something exciting. so this is genuinely just about small tiny little baby things. there you go. >> it seems like you've made a conscious choice to do kind of the indy film route.
that were most juicy and interesting. >> yeah. i mean more of that. trust me, i'm waiting for a big one. yeah. no, i genuinely shoot from the hip. so i've been lucky. i typically am drawn to other creative people that i just i know i should work with them and i haven't been let down very many times. >> can we be superficial and talk blonde. what inspired the change? >> i haven't acted in a movie in close to a year, and to have yourself -- i'm constantly preserving my physicality and staying neutral in order to like fit the role. and sort of shall ready to do anything. i worked and worked and worked on a few movies. they're all coming out now, which tends to happen. and i directed a short and i was like, you know what? i can do whatever i want.
want, what does kristin stewart do? where do you go? what do you do for fun? >> oh, boy. i do normal stuff. like hang out with friends. i play guitar. >> me, too! >> you do? want to be friends? i can write some real impressive music. >> really? >> yeah. >> cool. >> real sad ones. let's talk about your directing debut. is this something -- do you have the bug now and you'd like to do like i've never happier. i love acting. i don't -- i don't think there is like a huge distinction between the two, for me. so, yeah. like i found like my next level. i'm like ready to go. >> wow. kristin, thank you so much for coming to see us. we appreciate it. >> love the hair, by the way. >> do you think it would work for me? >> "certain women" opens on friday. so glad to have you here.
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"soundtrack of style" is sponsored by jcpenney. get your penny's worth at jcpenney. we have some of the biggest names in music stopping by this week. of course, when it comes to concerts, you have to dress the part. this morning we're hosting a special show. style expert jazzy post is here showing us how to rock the trends. >> two of my favorite subjects -- music and fashion. one inspiring the other. check out our stage! it's like a fashion concert. >> i know. i love it. so exciting. we have norah jones today. the first trend we're calling new romantic. >> new romantic. this trend was inspired by no
it is all about soft, romantic, billowy, artistic vibes. check out this wonderful maxi. it is one of my favorite pieces. year-round. i love this dark floral. it's got the romantic vibe. pretty poetic sort of sheer sleeves. >> this is such a cool way to rock those thigh-high boots. >> yes. not just over the knee this season. the no less. we're seeing lots of luxurious textures with this trend as well. velvet is one of those. lastly, if we can look at her beautiful faux fur scarf. the stole we saw all over the runway. >> really? so old-fashioned. >> you can do it over one shoulder. you can wear it as a scarf or you can take it and repurpose last year's coat and totally transform it. >> i love it. >> i just love her look. so beautiful.
christina. next we're calling mix and match. >> one republic. the cool kids. the pop stars, right? who doesn't want to look like them? you know when the pop stars have this, i just threw this on and i look amazing. what they're really doing is mixing and matching the modern updated classic pieces. we've got the fabulous jacket. everyone should have one. but on the back, amazing embroidery. that makes it special. we've got a black and white striped t-shirt. andy warhol, pablo picasso made famous. and lastly, let's talk about these leopard shorts. instead of a mini, try a fall short. and leopard, it is a modern neutral. tns t it is the new neutral.
this is pop star chic here. just and over-the-knee boot, again in lieu of tights. >> thank you so much. you wear it well. our next trend -- i'm very excited. you know i'm loving the '70s. we're calling this saturday night fever. barry gibb will be here. >> yes. barry gibb. "staying alive" pretty much launched a million bell bottoms in the '70s. an amazing style. one of my favorite right? it's modern, one-piece dressing at its finest. we've got the sequined pinstripe golden black. then the wide leg pant. savannah, universally flattering. a great silhouette for women. >> and a cute pop of red. >> the platform. they were hot in the '70s, but in 2016 they've really gone exaggerated. >> thank you. and finally, wouldn't be a fashion show without the rocker
here on friday. this season if you want to channel your inner rock star, prepare to go grunge. this year it is kind of like an updated grown-up grunge with a little glam infused. start with justin. instead of that red plaid flannel, we'll make it a little more sophisticated with a plaid coat. a little bit of glam with a sort of metallic skull. sweatshirt which is updated rock tee. white jeans, yes, and lastly, his shoes. the combat boot. every man, woman and child is wearing these. one of the biggest trends in shoes. she's got the glam white leather jacket with the gold studs. she's wearing her tribute to the red flannel which is a maxi shirt. lastly, her shoes. huge, huge trend in shoes, it is the men's wear-inspired platform oxford. >> so fun.
. we're back at 8:46 with "today food." all this week we're putting fall's bounty of seasonal produce to use. owners of fresco here in new guys, great to see you. been a while since we've done this. we're going to start with a raviolo. something we created at fresco. let's start with our pasta sheets. you need a little bit of butter. it is italian food. eggs, ricotta cheese, nutmeg, sage, butter nut squash.
>> you can do pumpkin. >> butternut squash is able all year round. i think it is a bett ter mouth feel with butternut squash. braise them down. let it cool. mash it up. add a little ricotta cheese to this. then add a little parmesan clees to this. a little nutmeg to this. if you don't mind the pepper and salt. you got to kind of get the concept of that. we then tip sheets are available at fine -- >> buy just like that? >> five foot long, three inches wide. then we've laid that out. we're going to pipe in then the mixture of what we just did here. just as simple as this. we're going to then close this. let's egg wash that real quick. seal the deal real quick.
you got the feeling of this. correct? then we're just going to in a sense, keep rolling it and rolling it. >> the idea is, this is a single serving. raviolo. put in water for three or four minutes. it's a butter sauce. it is necessary. add a little parmesan ee pepper again, a little fresh nutmeg. you're just going to heat that up real quick. >> they're trying it downstairs. >> packed with nutrients, vitamins. here we have our artichokes. we save them, cut the ends, peel them down to the yellow. we shave it here. we put them in lemon water.
cremeni mushrooms. everything is raw in this salad. we put all the ingredients in here. we're going to toss it with olive oil. then we're going to mix our arugula. then we like to coat it with some shaved parmesan cheese. it is a nice light dish. delicious. >> what do our food reviewers say downstairs? >> we love it! >> we also say this is the best dressed cooking segment we've ever done. >> if you want the recipe, head to today.com/food. coming up, norah jones treats us to a live performance in studio 1a. but first, this is "today" on nbc. at ikea, we believe that everything you need
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with megared advanced 4in1. at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach. in an affordable dream kitchen that works as hard as you do. get 15% back at the ikea kitchen event. series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. the world first fell in love with norah jones back in 2002 thanks to hit songs like "don't know why" and "come away with me." she has nine grammy awards to her name and has sold more than 45 million albums. >> and her latest is called "daybreak." this is a return to her jazz roots. norah, good morning. >> good morning.
you'll sound better than we would ever sound. i understand this is kind of your return to the piano. not that you are ever too far away from it, but this album is kind of returning for that. >> i definitely played more piano in the last couple years than i have in the last 15 years. >> you have a piano no your kitchen. >> it is just a little upright. >> is this more jazzy sound, more akin to your first >> motherhood looks great on you. how is that going? >> great. they just get funner and funner. >> for people who are norah jones fans, do you feel like this is like the norah that they remember from 2002 or does it kind of like bring in everything you've been doing? because i feel like you've kind of experimented and did so many different instruments and genres. >> i've experimented a lot.
>> they refuse tow shake hands and thrown they went at it. donald trump and hillary clinton trading jabs and insults in their second debate. he's back. back all right. big game for quarterback tom brady as he leads the patriots to a road win over the browns? and the red sox hoping to turn their play off push around hosting game three of their series with the indians. >> >> good morning, everyone. i'm i'm kris anderson. we have all your top stories in a moment. first its a chilly start to the work week; wasn't it? it. >> was. after the rain yesterday we see the sun this morning. we will hold on to a lot of the sunshine as we go flew the weeks. you will not see this is showing up again in 27-day forecast. we needed it. we got a lot of it yesterday. 1-2 inch of rain from 495 to 128 and south of boston few town picking up close to 3 inches of water. all of that rain to the north